EDUCATION & EVENTS
Enhance your nursing skills and knowledge at our National Nurses Month 2023 education and events page. Discover new opportunities for professional growth.
Events Inspired by National Nurses Month
Get enlightened and inspired with these free National Nurses Month educational events. Learn how to advocate for yourself and your profession, hear from trailblazers improving equality in nursing, and discover real nurses making a difference with innovation and human-centered solutions.
Asking and Advocating for What Nurses Need
Elevate your voice to be heard on Capitol Hill. On May 17 at noon ET, join this FREE webinar that will inform you about the tools and information needed to ask for what you need. ANA’s Policy & Government Affairs team will provide you with an overview of how they, with the help of ANA members and advocates, work to improve the nursing profession.
Nursing's Power to Change the World
On May 12 at noon ET, celebrate National Nurses Month with critically acclaimed author Sarah DiGregorio and nurse innovators from her new book, Taking Care: The Story of Nursing and Its Power to Change Our World. You’ll participate in a live Q&A, get an exclusive behind-the-scenes peek into our popular See You Now podcast process, and enter a raffle for a chance to win a signed copy of the book!
Mary Mahoney Annual Lecture - A New Series
Join us on May 8, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for the first lecture in the new series, "Service for Humanity: The life of Mary Eliza Mahoney." This first lecture will focus on the Mahoney's personal and professional life with emphasis on the Ms. Mahoney's work as a visionary leader, activist, organizer and the "architect for integration and equality." Learn about the legacy and impact of Mary Eliza Mahoney on Black and African American nurses and on the nursing profession.
Survey for Mental Health and Burnout
Stress, fatigue and burnout are often felt among nurses when working in today’s health care environment. It is important to hear from you to find out what you face daily, so that we may be able to ignite change. Please take a moment to take our survey.
The survey is brief, but the potential for change is huge. Your response will inform how we may best support nurses who are under undue stress, and mental and physical fatigue. Additionally, the survey results will help us educate legislators, regulators, and the public on the unseen mental health and professional challenges nurses confront on a regular basis.
This project is supported by the American Nurses Foundation.